Ken has been interviewed and quoted for newspaper articles, radio stories, and other media on all topics related to the intersection of spirit, passion, and career. He is available to journalists, TV, radio & podcast hosts, and authors for interviews and other projects. Please contact me if you would like to add Ken’s unique perspective to your project! Below are recent notable media that have featured Ken:
- In January 2020, I was the guest on the Being Brave at Work podcast with Ed Evarts where I talked about being comfortable with yourself and being out at work.
- In March 2019, Ken was one of 20 Career Professionals from around the country to be asked to speak on the Career Calling Summit, hosted by Jess Smith. You can see my talk about Creativity on my YouTube channel.
- Ken was one of 12 career experts nationwide to be asked by Dr. Janet Civitelli to author a chapter in her new eBook Help Me Find A Career: Strategies To Choose Work You Will Love While just about every career development point is covered in this book, Janet sought me out as one of the few career development professionals who understands the needs of creative professionals. This book is available in the Kindle Reader format.
- In January 2011, I was again a guest on The Quest of Life, and here I discussed “I Could Do Anything I Wanted If I Only Knew What It Was”. A big part of my work is helping clients with career exploration and assessments, so this was to clarify what people can do to help them get more clarity on what it is that makes them happy and how they can increase their chances of working in areas that make them happy.
- In December 2010, I was interviewed by Harry Faddis on The Quest of Life radio show out of WRPI-FM in Troy, NY, where I discussed “Connecting Your Spirit & Your Work”. Harry asked me questions about how people make decisions about where their careers are going and how you can make choices that serve you better.
- In March 2010, I was the guest speaker on the Getting Things Done Virtual Study Group (GTD-VSG) Podcast where I talked about Utilizing GTD in Career Development. It was a great time with some great questions from the audience. If you don’t know anything about GTD, it’s a productivity philosophy developed by David Allen and I highly recommend it to anyone who is feeling overwhelmed and wants to get control of your life (or at least feel less anxious about it.)
For interviews which are not longer available online, you can check out my Audio Interviews page.